Kelly Brook branded ‘stunning’ by fans as she celebrates 1st wedding anniversary in Italy

Kelly Brook has been branded 'stunning' by fans as she posed in her bikini for a snap.

The former glamour model is currently celebrating her first wedding anniversary with husband Jeremy Parisi, who she married last July in Italy.

In one picture, which she captioned with a simply seashell emoji, the 43 year old can be seen with her back to the camera, showcasing her holiday tan in a two-piece swimsuit as she looks out at the gorgeous Sardegna views.

The bikini she wore had a geometric pattern, with the actress deciding to go all natural with no makeup and her hair swept back in a bun.

Fans immediately flocked to her comments to compliment her.

One follower wrote: “Looking hot [fire emojis] perfect as always [fire emojis]”.

Another penned: “Bomb [bomb emoji] figure” with a hands clapping and red heart emoji.

A third said: “Stunning…scenery aint bad either [fire emoji”.

In another snap, she and her husband can be seen in the same spot getting cosy and grinning for th camera.

She wrote that they had the “Wedding Anniversary Lunch of Dreams” at a restaurant called La Scogliera Restaurant.

Jeremy was shirtless and wore a pair of yellow swim trunks and some sunglasses to shade his eyes from the blazing sun.

Fans took to the comments to gush about the couple and congratulate them on one year of marriage.

One commenter wrote: “Ah, La Maddalena..

Gorgeous spot. Nice one! [winking and sticking out tongue emoji”.

Another said: Happy Anniversary [red heary emoji] Scenery looks stunning. [red heart emoji”.

Talking to exclusively to OK!, Kelly revealed that planning the wedding had been “traumatic” but that they would like to do it again and had already discussed the idea.

“Now that I’m over the trauma of putting on a wedding and hosting families, I would love to do it again. We were just talking about it the other day. We would love to get married again because it’s a big come down when it’s all over. It’s such a magical time, and it’s so incredible to have all your favourite people in one place.

“It was like I lived my life in Technicolour for a week and then came back to London and it was like it all went to black and white again. That’s the only way I can describe it. It was like, ‘Now what?’ Nothing’s ever going to be that heightened again.”

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